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TODAY   |  November 26, 2013

Morning-after pill may not work on women over 176 lbs.

The FDA is investigating whether some morning-after pills work on women over a certain weight, after the European maker of birth-control drug Norlevo said their pill does not work well with women over 165 lbs. and is not “effective” for women over 176 lbs.

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>>> the fda is investigating whether morning after pills need a label change. this comes after the maker of the emergency contraceptive reported it doesn't work well in women that weigh 165 pounds or more. the pill is also not effective for women over 176 pounds.